Journey of Dominion is the rare second in a series that is better than the first. The parts of Journey’s Awakening that were lacking are addressed in this second novel, with the abundance of foreshadowing lessened and more focus placed on the characters. Mohan is a fabulous character who remains true to himself. But Sara/Ilythra continues to be difficult to relate to, and Bredych is an acceptable if uninspiring foe.

Having lost her grandfather, and then her mentor shortly thereafter, Ilythra is journeying alone in search of the two stones to match her stone, Ilydearta. The owner of the second stone does not have such noble motives, however, and Ilythra’s safety, as well as that of her companions, is questionable. Will Ilythra be able to resist the siren song of treachery sung by the evil Bredych and the stone in his possession? (CARINAPRESS.COM, dl $2.99)
Reviewed by: 
Victoria Frerichs